Monday Door Prizes for 7/24/2023

Posted by Tracie Anderson on

Hello Monday!

This post is a bit later in day in honor of typical Monday fashion. Today we have one Knit prize and two Crochet prizes to give away!

Crochet prize number 1 is the Sea Clam Scarf by @Lyunmilahefny. Yes, this is truly Crochet. This pattern uses a technique that's look and feel resembles knit. It is super easy, and the patters is written very well. The yarn is Sugarcookie Sock offered by Kim Dyes Yarn in the colorway Rosewater. The composition is 92% Superwash Merino / 8% Lurex with 409 yards per hank. You receive 2 hanks of this sparkly greatness. This one is valued at $70.00.

Crochet prize number 2 is a generous kit to make the Moroccan Mint Tea Shawl designed by @redteapot.atelier or Red Teapot Atelier on Revelry. This pattern is written in chart, long hand and includes photos of every single row. Very intuitive and easy to follow and such a pleasure to make. The yarn in this kit includes one hank of Filisilk from Lace de Luxe, and MAN if you have never wrapped your hands around a hank of this you are missing out! The 70% Extra fine merino / 30% Mulberry Silk 1 ply has a glow that stands out and demands your attention. It is a fingering weight and is 660 Yards. The second hank is a rich chocolate brown fingering weight called Fino offered by Manos Del Uruguay. This is a single ply made of 70% wool and 30% silk and has 490 yards. The third is a 4-ply fingering (sock) yarn hand-dyed by End of the Row Yarns. The color is Embers, and the 100-gram hank has 463 yards. This one is valued at $113.00.

The Knit prize is called Champagne. This is another Expression Fiber Arts Masterpiece. This cowl is the perfect size and weight for almost anyone. The yarn in the kit is 100% Alpaca yarn from Kansas. Each hank has 200 yarns, the yarn is 2 ply and measured between a sport and DK. This one is valued at $110.00.

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